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Assessment of changes in the oral tactile function of the soft tissues by implant placement in the anterior maxilla: a prospective study

Bibliographic reference Habre-Hallage, Pascale ; Reychler, Hervé ; Abboud-Naaman, Nada Bou ; van Steenberghe, D. ; Jacobs, Reinhilde. Assessment of changes in the oral tactile function of the soft tissues by implant placement in the anterior maxilla: a prospective study. In: Clinical Oral Investigations, Vol. 14, no. 2, p. 161-8 (2010)
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